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Three years after going on sale in the United Kingdom the compact crossover Suzuki S-Cross is now getting its first major facelift. And why should I care, you ask? Well, because this plucky little thing represents one of the best value-for-money cars in any segment in that market.
2016 Geneva Motor Show will see the debut of the production version of the Suzuki Baleno sedan, featuring what they call BOOSTERJET engine which is not what you think, but sounds cool nonetheless. The Baleno looks rather peculiar, but it seems to be a pretty good compact sedan.
The new-look Vitara SUV researched such a warm welcome in the UK market that Suzuki decided to take advantage of the momentum and sell more cars by launching a more appealing version. The 2016 Suzuki Vitara S will go on sale in January next year, boasting sporty looks and extra equipment.
At the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show Suzuki will unveil an all-new compact hatchback called Suzuki Baleno. Building on the success of the company’s small models of the past, the Baleno promises to raise the bar for hatchbacks everywhere.
We had seen the new version of Suzuki’s legendary Vitara SUV before, but at the Paris Motor Show the Japanese car maker revealed the car in full with a promise that it will be put into production at the Magyar Suzuki plant in Hungary in early 2015.
A couple of months ahead of its official debut at the Paris Motor Show, the new Subaru Vitara shows its face in an official image. Vitara is a name with significant importance for Subaru, so the new car has some big shoes to fill.
Every now and again Suzuki releases a new special edition of its Swift hatchback in the UK market to make sure their most popular model stays nice and fresh. The Swift has a successful formula and Suzuki, understandably, is reluctant to change it. They just tweak it.
Following its debut at the Delhi Auto Expo in India, the all-new Suzuki Celerio will also be stopping by at the Geneva Motor Show in March, presumably to remind the Europeans they are having it good. The Celerio is a global A-segment car designed mainly for the emerging markets such as India and Thailand.
Just in time for winter, Suzuki announces new VAT-free deals on the little Alto in the British market. Thanks to this campaig, all four Alto SZ models are again available at £5,999 representing a £1,200 saving on list price. This is low cost motoring at its best.
Suzuki announced a lineup of concept cars to be unveiled at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show, all of them with excessive Japanese flavor. That is fair enough. What’s not is the names they have chosen for these cars; names like Crosshiker and Hustler.
In their latest series of tests, EuroNCAP recently crashed a number of brand-new cars in order to determine how safe, or not, they are in real-life accidents. These tests still matter, because contrary to public’s belief, not all new cars are as safe as they should be.
There were a number of new concepts and production models unveiled at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, but one of the most hyped was the new Suzuki compact crossover vehicle. The iV-4 stood out immediately for its bright turquoise hue, and will reportedly offer a variety of customisable features when it is released in 2015. […]
Little known fact: Suzuki was one of, if not the, first car companies to make a compact SUV, better known these days as crossover. Now they have put together all they’ve learned over the years from the LJ series, to the Jimny, to the Vitara, and built this, the Suzuki iV-4 crossover.
At this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show Suzuki will reveal its latest contender in the hugely popular crossover segment. Called the iV-4 and dubbed a small SUV concept, this car previews an upcoming production model to be added to Suzuki’s utility vehicles lineup.
A few months ahead of its market launch in the UK in October, Suzuki announced the prices and specs of its new ‘C’ segment Crossover, the SX4 S-Cross. The Japanese car maker is particularly proud of this model because it manages to be compact yet practical, and efficient yet functional and versatile.